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Unemployment Shenanigans: Claims Against the Wrong Employer

By Employment Law, Unemployment Insurance

Unemployment claims can take up valuable time and affect your bottom line. That’s why it’s important to stay on top of claims and respond to any that are made in error or that contain inaccurate information. Beware of claims against the wrong employer When a former employee applies for unemployment, the employer will receive notification of a claim and have a chance to respond to it. Incorrect information may be challenged, such as when former…

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Calculate Your Business’s Unemployment Numbers Correctly to Avoid Claims and Tax Problems

By Employment Law, Unemployment Insurance

Unemployment relief available through federal and state governments during the pandemic didn’t require employers to file claims against their unemployment insurance. However, those relief measures ended last year, and pre-pandemic protocols and procedures resumed. We’ve observed that improper management of departing staff and unemployment claims over the past two years is now causing problems for some businesses. Inaccurate employment records Employers pay for Unemployment Insurance as a business cost through the State Unemployment Tax Act…

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